We are looking for an enthusiastic and talented individual with broad practical technical skills to spur our laboratory’s software and hardware development. The ideal candidate is skilled at prototyping, systems integration, digital signal processing and software development.
Support researchers with development of software and hardware directed towards the study of brain function in behaving animals. This includes design and implementation of optical and electrical measurement systems, data analysis software, and testing of novel neuro-technologies.
– Degree in engineering, physics or computer science.
– 4+ years experience in software, hardware, optics and/or electronics.
– Fluency in Matlab, Python, and C++.
– You like to be challenged, and are able to work independently, as well as within a team, towards established goals.
We offer a competitive salary, benefits, access to state-of-the-art tools and facilities, a rich collaborative environment within NERF, VIB, imec and KU Leuven.
A good knowledge of English is sufficient for all communications. Situated in the university city Leuven (close to Brussels and with excellent transport links), the position is ideally suited to international candidates.
Contract length: 2 years renewable
How to apply?
Interested candidates should send a CV and a cover letter to Vincent Bonin.